SNES toaster

nintoaster

From the same person who brought you the NES toaster comes the Super Nintoaster. It looks like the most difficult part of the construction was extending the cartridge connector. The slider button works as the power button. The toast control now changes the brightness of the glowing red LEDs. Video introduction embedded below.

Related: 2005’s NetBSD Toaster

Comments

  1. Louis II says:

    Haha; good mod and a great video.
    “when are you going to start?”

  2. n00b says:

    you need to blow on on ur cartrage that’ll fix it, nice 1

  3. Dan Fruzzetti says:

    Perhaps the original machine should have been called “NEStor”

  4. beastmaster says:

    why god, why?1!?

  5. cde says:

    @ beastmaster

    Because. Just Because.

    Also, it was there.

  6. nick says:

    Thats soo kick ass, i am going to make one, RIGHT NOW!!

  7. dan says:

    that is pretty awesome.

    now i want to see ‘toaster in a SNES’.

  8. Jack says:

    if only it could still make toast, it would be the ultimate gaming/breakfast machine!!

  9. James says:

    Love that advert at the beggining.
    Brilliant system.
    Now get working on a four slice version.

  10. malikaii says:

    @dan
    if they can put a toaster in a VCR im sure they can put one in the SNES.

    too cool.

  11. malikaii says:

    edit: perhaps wireless controllers next time?

  12. Chandler says:

    …dear lord that is awesome
    It’s a toaster that plays games… I love it! :D

  13. roshamboe says:

    ha completely pointless, thats America for you

  14. spacecoyote says:

    they should have put both the NES and SNES into one toaster; it is a two slice unit after all.

  15. Three says:

    I love it,
    I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with my snes and nes,
    Not that I’ll put themj in a toaster but it help with the rediculousness I’m looking for.

  16. blake kelly says:

    you should make a tv that looks like a microwave and put the two together

  17. Anonymous says:

    Yoshi’s Island was only one of three games to use the Super FX 2 coprocessor in the cartridge. It actually uses DMA to transfer video directly into the output buffer. I have no idea if you did anything strange to the video susbsystem or used one of those SNES on a chip solutions. StarFox used the Super FX 1 and you implied it worked for you. All I can suggest is testing it with either Doom or Winter Gold/FX Skiing.

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